Bhopal: New building of Atal Bihari Vajpayee Hindi University Bhopal at Mugalia Kot, Vidisha Road was dedicated through video conferencing. The dedication programme was presided over by Smt. Anandiben Patel, Governor of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh through video conference from Lucknow.
Presiding over the dedication programme, Governor Smt. Anandiben Patel said that Madhya Pradesh should guide other states in the successful implementation of the National Education Policy, for which education system will have to be changed. For this change, there is need to change the thinking of teachers. She said that teachers of Hindi and Science would have to be enabled in other subjects. The teachers’ training system and syllabus will have to be prepared accordingly. She said that the education system of the first five years is very crucial to educate everyone according to their interests. There is need for brainstorming and to ponder upon how teaching will be, what to teach, how its nature will be, how our tour programs will be, how cottage industries will be, how many such topics will be covered and then implement it. While congratulating for the new building, Smt. Patel said that it is not a building made of brick and lime, it is the centre where future of the students would be shaped. Efforts should be made to ensure that the atmosphere, trend here is such that students get what they want and the students leave the campus enriched by global knowledge, culture and our tradition and knowledge of life values. Smt. Patel said that Hindi should be enriched with medical, technical knowledge in order to grant global recognition to the language. Non-Hindi words should be used openly. Folk education developed in the Indian tradition should be included in the professional education of higher educational institutions. Universities should cooperate in preparing good syllabus regarding tourist destinations with cultural richness and diversity of the state.
Among those who were present as special guests included Vidhan Sabha Speaker Shri Rameshwar Sharma, Higher Education Minister Dr. Mohan Yadav, MP Shri Vishnudutt Sharma and MP Sadhvi Pragya Thakur. Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that efforts will be made by the Hindi University to start medical education courses in Hindi and regarding recognition to engineering books published in Hindi. In the past also, efforts were made to seek permission from the Medical Council of India for medical education courses in Hindi. While making these efforts again, students studying in schools through Hindi medium from rural areas will be provided facilities.